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Re: How can I deny VPN access based on Virus DAT
From: "Ivan ." <ivanhec () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 7 Jan 2006 18:02:47 +1100

Hi Nick,

It may not interest you, but CheckPoint secureclient can do this
http://www.checkpoint.com/products/index.html

http://www.techweb.com/wire/30000182

cheers
Ivan

On 1/4/06, Nick Duda <nduda () vistaprint com> wrote:

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Can anyone explain the different products and/or procedures in using a VPN device for telecommuters with the ability 
to deny VPN access if they don’t have Antivirus or their Antivirus DAT's are not up to date.

I'm using the Nortel Contivity, which I think has seen its time. We are considering VPN access for telecommuters via 
Cisco PIX.

Nick



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